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Chelsea vs Leicester: Success for Revenge, The Blues have managed to occupy the top three

Chelsea vs Leicester: Success for Revenge, The Blues have managed to occupy the top three
Chelsea vs Leicester: Success for Revenge

- In the final of the PA cup in the primary league on Wednesday (19/5) The Blues successfully completed their revenge at Leicester City early this morning.

Chelsea's defeat to Leicester in the final was finally avenged after the Blues won the duel between the two camps. The result of the score between Chelsea vs Leicester ended 2-1, in the first half Tomas Tuchel managed to excel through a goal scored by Antonio Ruediger.

Stamford Bridge was successful with Antonio Rudiger's header and Jorginho's penalty was executed. Kelechi Iheanacho is a substitute player from Leicester who successfully scored a goal. The additional three points, which won the full number and entered the third position in the ranking, were able to displace Leicester with a total of 67 points. Meanwhile, Leicester is currently in the fourth position with a total of 66 points.

Leicester could be knocked out of the top four if Liverpool played the next day and beat host Burnley.

This weekend's match will be decisive for a team that is ambitious to secure a Champions League ticket in the top four of the standings. Chelsea's pressure finally paid off within two minutes of halftime, while Rudiger broke the deadlock for Chelsea after being pushed into a cross over Ben Chilwell.

However, Liverpool West Ham, and Tottenham now still have the chance to try to replace Chelsea or Leicester who is still in the top four. In the match, in the PA final, Chelsea managed to add to the score in the 66th minute. After the referee awarded a penalty for a violation committed by Wesley Fofana against Werner. And Jorginho casually beat Kasper Schmeichel from the spot.

A shot launched from Lheanacho's left foot, after Wilfred Ndidi managed to steal the ball from Mateo Kovacic in dangerous space. And it sent the Chelsea fans' hearts racing after the last quarter of an hour.

However, the Blues managed to maintain their lead until referee Mike Dean blew his long whistle.

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